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1986 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

#1 2008-04-24 10:51am

greenmachinemike
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1986 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

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1986 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

One of the best freestyle bikes ever!

The previous owner put '89 decals on this, which I replaced with correct ones. The head tube and seat tube decals are in the mail thanks to this site! Mostly OEM except the wheels belong on an '87 decade I have yet to paint and Animal Hamelton pedals, Animal front brake cable, Primo Wall tires, White Ame's, GT seat post and Demolition brake pads are new. It came with GT sugino 3-piece that probably weren't OEM but are era correct and the spindle is stamped Sugino BMX. All this bike needs is white brake levers, white mags and some room in my basement!


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#2 2008-04-24 10:55am

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Re: 1986 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

Great bike.

I'm loving the Pro Class wheels on here!
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#3 2008-04-24 1:11pm

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Re: 1986 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

i agree with chromey, sweet bike...i think it needs a layback seatpost but if you prefer the straight one its your bike smile

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#4 2008-04-24 2:05pm

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Re: 1986 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

lookin damn good...this is my fave year for GTs


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#5 2008-04-24 3:19pm

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Re: 1986 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

Dyno-Mike wrote:

i agree with chromey, sweet bike...i think it needs a layback seatpost but if you prefer the straight one its your bike smile

I would put the correct one on it if I come across one, but it feels fine straight. I did change out the seat post decal for an era correct on, will update pics when head tube decal arrives. Any one ever powder coat diacompe 183's? I can't wait for white ones.


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#6 2008-04-24 3:23pm

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Re: 1986 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

chromey wrote:

Great bike.

I'm loving the Pro Class wheels on here!
smile

Learned how to lace wheels on those. I had to go blacksmith on them making custom jigs for my vice, but they spin as true as they did in 87. I agree they look great and will be hard to remove when time comes.


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#7 2008-08-18 9:19am

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Re: 1986 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

Always had a soft spot for blue PFT's big_smile


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#8 2008-10-18 2:16pm

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Re: 1986 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

DON'T TOUCH THAT STRAIGHT POST!!!! Just m.o. but I love the look...your bike stands out because of it!! your bike is awesome...


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#9 2009-01-03 10:27am

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I’m selling it all. No more warehouse. 415-218-4277

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